A recent report has revealed that Nokia’s rumored music accessory, the Nokia Guru is actually a Bluetooth stereo headset with the model number BH-121. Earlier the device was reported to be a MP3 player from the Finnish maker to compete against the Apple iPod Shuffle. Price of the device is also revealed by listing of the headset at an online retailer in Czech Republic, where it is listed as ‘not in stock’ for $54.
Nokia Guru Bluetooth stereo headset is likely to be available by the end of this year. However, there is no word from Nokia if the rumored device exists or not. Earlier, an alleged press render of the headset was leaked, which revealed the overall design as well as a few features of the accessory.
The leaked render also suggested that the alleged Nokia BH-121 Bluetooth stereo accessory would come with microUSB connectivity to charge the device. It will come with Volume rocker keys on the side. It would be a clip-on device, just like Apple iPod Shuffle. The same report suggested that it will also come with NFC support.
Nokia Guru was expected to launch at Nokia World 2013 event in Abu Dhabi last month, along with new Lumia devices as well as new Asha phones. But, it looks like the Finnish maker decided to keep it to launch along with the rumored Nokia Lumia 525
budget Windows phone. Recently, Nokia Lumia 525’s alleged first photos have surfaced online and it is confirmed to pass the Chinese certification at TENAA.